Discover the best of Lisbon on a full-day tour, with walks through several popular neighborhoods like Alfama, Bairro Alto and Chiado
- See historical Lisbon landmarks like the Jerónimos Monastery and the Monument to the Discoveries
Admire views of Lisbon and the Tagus River from the Tower of Belém
- Enjoy a relaxing walk around the Parque das Nações and the Expo district
Sample a pastel de Belém, a Portuguese pastry (included)
- Small-group tour limited to eight people ensures personalized attention
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What You Can Expect
Continue to the Monument to the Discoveries which honors Portugal’s Age of Discoveries and its navigators who left to explore trade opportunities with India and the Orient. From here, enter a nearby cafe and taste a renown Portuguese egg tart pastry, pastel de nata (included).
Next, stretch your legs with a compelling walking tour through the downtown Baixa district. Explore Rossio Square and its wavy cobblestone tiles. Then, observe to the northwest the impressive Neo-Manueline façade of Rossio train station. Learn how Lisbon’s devastating earthquake of 1755 led to massive projects to rebuild nearly 85 percent of the leveled capital, from your expert guide.
Move along to Bairro Alto, Lisbon’s hip nightlife district. Then, stroll alongside colorful buildings and tram lines towards the Chiado neighborhood full of boutiques, bookstores, theaters, and charming cafés.
Take a break and enjoy time to explore more on your own. Perhaps sip a coffee or taste some local delights at a nearby café (own expense).
Reconvene with your guide and head to Lisbon's oldest district Alfama. Learn about the influence of the Moors in this 8th century neighborhood and then meander around narrow streets up to Graça viewpoint. Relish one of the best bird’s eye views of Lisbon as you capture postcard worthy photos.
For you final destination, venture to modern Lisbon and Parque das Nações. Hear how this portion of Lisbon went under tremendous renovations to host the 1998 Universal Expo. Branch off for some free time to visit the Lisbon Oceanarium (own expense), one of Europe’s largest indoor aquariums, or checkout interesting shops. Then, head back to your hotel where your tour ends.
Lenghty tour over 9 hours, but well worth the time and expense, Our tour guide, Maria, was very knolwedgeable, enjoyable and made the tour a very fun expeniense.
We loved this tour especially our tour guide, Gustavo. He was funny, and informative and covered a lot of ground in a short period of time. He was very hospitable and really took care of all of us in our small group tour. We especially appreciated the egg custard deserts that he bought. Afterwards, we felt we really had a better understanding of the city and history of Portugal. Take this tour, and ask for Gustav!
Ricardo was a wonderful tour guide. We had an great day and first time experience in Lisbon.
It was a very good tour, the quide tour was very professional and took the time to go over things and answer all questions . We had around 1.15 hours spare time and he took us to a beautiful restaurant by the river. Sight seeing was fabulous Portagul is truly a beautiful country.
We saw the whole of Lisbon in this one day tour. It was so amazing. Our guide is so awesome that I can't find words to describe him because he went beyond his duty and more to make our day really wonderful.I highly recommend it.
I would highly recommend this tour. Our guide Joke Langens gave as a great balance of information and autonomy. She had a great spirit and enthusiasm about her that made the whole thing a great experience. The highlights included lunch at a spot frequented by locals, plus a good amount of insider recommendations. 5 stars!
Highly recommend this tour. Our guide Andrea was wonderful, extremely knowledgeable on the country's history and a very pleasant person to spend the day with. In a single day you hit most of the main attractions, Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery, St. George castle, etc. Plus you eat at a wonderful non-touristy restaurant for lunch.
My favorite tour in Lisbon! My guide, Andreia, was amazing. She was friendly and informative. As a small tour, it felt like going out to tour with good friends. This was one of the best experiences I had in Portugal.
The guide was excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed the day.
This was a very informative and educational tour. The tour guide was personable and knowledgeable. Great history lessons.